Monthly Archives: March 2009

Recommended Reading

We are far from the halcyon days of mimeographed fan-zines, paperbacks, and magazines, which used to be the lifeblood of science-fiction. These were rich with epistolary rants from readers and first-run stories, crummy illustrations of sensuous monsters and their prey; … Continue reading

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The Puppet Masters

In the opening passage of The Puppet Masters, Robert A. Heinlein asks, “Were they truly intelligent? By themselves, that is? I don’t know and I don’t know how we can ever find out. If they were not truly intelligent, I … Continue reading

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